• Summer Field Biology Shirts

    We have great shirts ready to tie-dye on July 18.  Thank you to everyone who submitted a design.  The winning design was created by Kayla Northway.  Please read through the washing instructions and make sure your child brings their shirt to Eagle Bluff. 
  • 2017 Eagle Bluff Schedule

    Here is our 2017 schedule.  Due to our group size, we will have 5 day and evening class options for each time period.  Students will choose their classes when we are together on July 18.  If your child will be absent on July 18, please have them assign a friend to choose their classes.  We can also pull together a schedule for your child if needed. 
  • Main events for 2017 - Celebrating our Theme "The Mighty Mississippi"

    We are excited to be exploring the Mississippi River as part of our learning adventures this year.  On July 18, we will take a field trip to the Fridley Water Filtration Plant and see firsthand how millions of Minneapolis residents gain access to the water of the Mississippi River.  We will also spend time down by the river and will explore the river's natural habitats. 

    During our time together, we will also tie-dye shirts, create our Eagle Bluff schedules, and learn about one another and our trip during "Family Night."

  • Our 2017 Staff

  • 2017 Student Roster

    We have an amazing group of 73 students spanning all grade levels.  For newcomers leaving home for the first time, this time away can be a bit unnerving. Our staff and returning students always do a great job making students feel safe and secure. We know this will be a great experience for everyone.

    Please take a look at our roster.  If your child's age or grade for the 2017-2018 school year is not accurate, please e-mail any corrections to Scott.

    Thank you!

  • Required Information

    By now, you have hopefully sent Kathryn Larsen all of your forms to the Community Education district office.  If not, please contact her at 988-4073 to be send the forms.  We would also appreciate you completing the parent-child survey so we can learn more about your child's interests and needs.  If there are any specific behavioral issues/needs, we would appreciate knowing them as soon as possible.  This will allow us to plan accordingly. 

  • Campfire Songs/Skits & Our 3rd Annual Amazing Race

    We are going to spend some time planning out songs and skits for our Thursday night camp fire.  If you have time this summer to practice an instrument or plan a skit, we would love to watch what you create. 

    We will also be holding our 3rd annual Amazing Race.  On Wednesday night, we will challenge each cooperative group with activities throughout the Eagle Bluff property.  This will include tasks such as answering Eagle Bluff or SFB trivia, tying knots, and creating a flint and steel fire.  We are asking each team to develop a themed costume which still allows for full range of movement including running.  Prizes will be awarded for the best team costume, best individual costume, and best themed costume. 

    Last year, we found our Amazing Race to be a fun and safe activity which challenged each child to work as a team towards a common goal.